Indie Hip-Hop Songs Music Chart - August 29, 2010

August 30, 2010 Chart RecapWelcome to the Booth’s......Read More

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Kandid McFly
As I'm sure the fellas will agree, few things could be more infuriating than hearing a girl you have feelings for complain of being mistreated by her man. Be that as it may, such situations can...Read More
Posted 4 years ago by richard
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Jesse Abraham
I’m not saying that giving your new song an eye-catching title like Spiderman on Vitamins will guarantee a feature on DJBooth, but it doesn’t hurt. Although we had never featured Brooklyn newcomer...Read More
Posted 4 years ago by richard
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J. Cardim
Released to the 'net in July, J. Cardim's latest street album found the Booth-approved beatsmith hooking up with a wide variety of hip-hop's best and brightest talents, from established heavyweights...Read More
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Peter Jackson
Peter Jackson is a busy, busy man – though the bearded New Zealander who brought us the Lord of the Rings trilogy is currently hard at work on several forthcoming films, he's found time to... oh,...Read More
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Celeb Forever
There are many rappers in today's game, both up-and-coming and established, who hold mixed feelings on the topic of fame. Booth newcomer Celeb Forever is not one of them – the Cleveland/New York...Read More
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FloDeep
There's nothing we in the Booth love more than all-star collaborations, but when three up-and-comers as talented as Vegas representatives Marion Write, Nique and Radio Ramone collide on one record,...Read More
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Jarren Benton
I’ll confess, when I was assigned this song feature earlier this morning, I wasn't very familiar with Jarren Benton. Sadly, I have a tendency to pass over emcees I haven’t heard before, a tendency...Read More
Posted 4 years ago by richard
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Shane Eli
Shane Eli's reader-acclaimed debut full-length, The Push, has been available on our mixtape page for a minute now, but unlike, say, a gallon of milk from your local supermarket, good music stays fresh...Read More
Posted 4 years ago by richard
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Atmosphere
It’s a sad day when I have to admit that summer has once again run its course. However, I take solace in the fact that good music doesn’t have an off-season, a fact made evident by the fresh promo...Read More
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Freddie Gibbs
In an interview with our very own DJ Z, Gary, Indiana’s finest, Freddie Gibbs, said that he refuses to be one of those rappers that drop a new low-quality record every day. Well incredibly, the...Read More
Posted 4 years ago by richard
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City Haze
With May's acclaimed Star of the City street album, Lost in Tokyo up-and-comer City Haze succeeded in stoking his already prodigious buzz to a fever pitch. So, what's next for the Brooklyn/South Bronx...Read More
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Kingpen Slim
An infamous drug lord may seem like an odd person to dedicate a song to, but that’s exactly what Kingpen Slim and dancehall artist Edley Shine have done with their latest leak, (premiering right...Read More
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K. Sparks
If a sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from Magic (as was famously stated by science-fiction author Arthur C. Clarke), then K. Sparks must be the hip-hop equivalent of Gandalf the...Read More
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Miami Beat Wave
It's beginning to seem like up-and-coming production team Miami Beat Wave is angling to spark more than just a musical revolution with his forthcoming mixtape; fresh off joining forces with hip-hop...Read More
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Bryant Dope
While today's Booth lineup offers no shortage of upbeat, encouraging tunes (see Pugs Atomz' live-with-no-regrets cut Faded and Parable's grind-chronicling That Feelin'), it's been a minute since we've...Read More
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​Gemstones
Despite the severity of America's obesity epidemic, fat is an issue rarely taken seriously in popular culture – and in rap, it's hardly ever more than a throwaway punchline. For GemStones, however,...Read More
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The Undergrads
In theory, pop music is all about bringing people together, regardless of race, class or walk of life; in practice, of course, it often does the opposite, making these differences all the more...Read More
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Question?
Enjoying a mixtape all the way through, without interruption, is often easier than done – bathroom breaks, fridge excursions and the like always threaten to break up the listening experience. Ever...Read More
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Basic Vocab
Don't let the stage name fool you; as those who tuned in for the Miami trio's Booth debut way back in January are well aware, Basic Vocab's sophisticated, lyrically-driven brand of hip-hop is a far...Read More
Posted 4 years ago by richard
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